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I Want to Believe by Morticia Knight

I just read an article the other day announcing that NASA has posted a job opening for someone to protect Earth from aliens. I’m not sure what the exact qualifications are for the position of guaranteeing the planet’s safety for inter-galactic marauders, but they are offering an annual salary in the low six figures to any interested candidates. Me personally? I feel that a security detail of that magnitude should at least begin in the seven-figure category. But maybe that’s just me.

I was always a huge fan of the X-Files, too. Like Agent Mulder, I want to believe. Of course, in that series the alien infiltration was part of a secret government cover-up where those in the highest echelons of political power were controlling the fate of the human race. It’s too bad the NASA job opening wasn’t there for Mulder back in the nineties. Maybe he would’ve figured things out a lot sooner.

But in either case, the idea is that the government is in charge. They’re either conspiring with the aliens behind our backs—because they know what’s best for us—or they’re on the look-out for the sneaky aliens who might attack us. But what if it wasn’t the Earth governments who were conspiring against their own people? What if it were the aliens who were conspiring amongst themselves?

In my Soul Match series, the aliens definitely do attack Earth—and no one from NASA is there to save us. However, as more is discovered about the real reason behind the invasion, unusual alliances are formed between the humans and Alasharians. Part of that involves the Soul Match bond which has never occurred either with a human or with a third in that match. But all of that changes once the Alasharians take over Earth.

In the third installment, Hiding From Two, more is revealed as to what the original intent was in invading the planet. Trusts are broken even as new alliances are formed. Everything is becoming more dangerous and another human is about to discover that he has his own Soul Match bonds. Everything is teetering on the edge of a war—only this time, it won’t only be the aliens versus the humans—it will also be the aliens fighting each other.

Writing this series has been a blast for me, and I’m not quite finished with the Soul Match world yet. There is still so much more to explore even after the civil war gets resolved. I’ve been enjoying writing about how everyone learns to accept and understand each other as well as embracing the differences that make the humans and aliens unique from one another. I hope you get the chance to enjoy it as well.

 

Embracing destiny was never meant to be easy.

Morgan can’t figure out where he belongs anymore now that a new world has emerged in the aftermath of the Alasharian invasion of Earth. Everything is too strange and frightening and all he wants to do is hide from it all. It doesn’t help to ease his confusion when he finds himself being drawn to not one but two aliens. He thought his cousin Chris was insane to fall in love with the muscled warriors who bonded with him as his mates, but his own heart might be in danger when it comes to the warrior Rama, and Hallosh, an advisor to the Alasharian’s Supreme Commander, the Nall.

Chris experiences a terrifying vision from the Soul Healer and it becomes clear that both Alasharian and humans are running out of time to save the Earth from the insidious spread of the Void. A battle is imminent and it becomes imperative to protect those who are allied against the evil that has corrupted the Nall.

Everything on Earth is about to change once again and Morgan finds himself at the brink of discovering his own destiny—and how the two aliens he can’t get out of his mind will be a part of it. A disturbing event triggers the beginning of the fight against the Void. Chris and Morgan must separate for the first time since the invasion, with each of them leaving with their own soul matches. For Morgan, he hopes the goodbye he says to Chris won’t be forever.

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of death and violence.

General Release Date: 29th August 2017

https://www.pride-publishing.com/book/hiding-from-two

 

Morticia Knight spends most of her nights writing about men loving men forever after.

If there happens to be some friendly bondage or floggings involved, she doesn’t begrudge her characters whatever their filthy little heart’s desire. Even though she’s been crafting her naughty tales for more years than she’d like to share – her adventures as a published author began in 2011.Once upon a time she was the lead singer in an indie rock band that toured the West Coast and charted on U.S. college radio. She currently resides on the northern Oregon coast and when she’s not fantasizing about hot men she takes walks along the ocean and annoys the local Karaoke bar patrons.

https://www.facebook.com/morticia.knight

https://www.twitter.com/@MorticiaKnight

 

 

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